A new award-winning documentary tells the story of a 10 year old Ethiopian girl living in a remote village with a curvature of the spine so severe that it is life threatening.
Washington (WUSA9)―A new award-winning documentary tells the story of a 10-year-old Ethiopian girl living in a remote village with a curvature of the spine so severe that it is life threatening, but an American spine specialist happens to notice her as she walked by a coffee shop.
In the video, Donovan and Rick tell us about the journey to create this film and how many children there are like her.
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